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Mining Rights on the Public Domain: Lode and Placer Claims, Tunnels, MIll Sites and Water Rights (Classic Reprint)
by:Robert Stewart Morrison
Before the territorial organizations were complete, and while the diggings were remote from organized society, they often took a much wider scope and provisions were made for executive officers, for miners courts, and covering all sorts of subjects. But these incidents have 4ong since ceased. Where the districts, as quasi municipal organizations, have...
Before the territorial organizations were complete, and while the diggings were remote from organized society, they often took a much wider scope and provisions were made for executive officers, for miners courts, and covering all sorts of subjects. But these incidents have 4ong since ceased. Where the districts, as quasi municipal organizations, have been abandoned, provision has generally been made to preserve their records in the County Recorder soffice. With almost no interference by State or Territorial A cts they were the mining laws of the land until the A ct of Congress of July 26, 1866. This but slightly limited their authority, but the A ct of May 10, 1872, covered so many essential incidents, and has been so supplemented by State and Territorial legislation, that they have been gradually abandoned, and survive now only as a name of description. Only in California, Utah and Alaska are the organizations still preserved to any extent. Where not extinct their existence is practically confined to the keeping of district records for the registry of locations, with regulations defining the size of claims and details of location. Undoubtedly where there is no State or Territorial Statute a district can yet be organized, and details of location fixed by its rules, but any attempt to revive old districts or enact new district rules in any State or Territory which has any pretense of a mining code would only tend to confusion. The details of these rules were not altogether arbitrary or experimental. In many respects they followed precedents already long established in Spain and Mexico.(Typographical errors above are due to OCR software and don't occur in the book.)About the Publisher Forgotten Books is a publisher of historical writings, such as: Philosophy, Classics, Science, Religion, History, Folklore and Mythology.Forgotten Books' Classic Reprint Series utilizes the latest t
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